Elizabeth II, £20 Fine Silver, 2015 - Longest Reigning Monarch

Another in the £20 Fine Silver Series, this one issued in 2015 to mark the occasion of our late Queen Elizabeth II becoming the Longest Reigning Monarch, surpassing the record set by her great-great-grandmother Queen Victoria. The obverse carries the Jody Clark portrait of the Queen and the reverse design, by Stephen Taylor, shows the five different portraits used on our coinage during her incredible reign. The coin comes sealed in the original Royal Mint packaging in Specimen BU condition.
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SKU: CLF7416
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